Ghostly Haunts

Paul Kupperberg on July 7th, 2018
Steve Ditko. Wow. It’s hard to process. I only ever met the man once, during my editorial tenure at DC Comics, but I was first introduced to the creator Steve Ditko in the pages of Amazing Spider-Man and Dr. Strange in the early 1960s.
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Paul Kupperberg on March 19th, 2016

From Ghostly Haunts #52 (October 1976), “A Sleep of Ages,” a seven-page horror story distinguished only by the Pat Boyette painted cover and interior art by S*T*E*V*E*  D*I*T*K*O*!

And while I know Ditko didn’t color it red himself, it was either a coincidence that the medallion the thieves are after is this Spider-Man-face-looking little object that wound up that color (red, after all, does pop on the page and the medallion was the focal point of the panel), or someone in the office decided to have a little fun.… Read the rest

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